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Paris demands sanctions and suspension of Turkey’s NATO membership

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France demands sanctions and consider suspending Turkey’s membership in NATO. Such a demand on the authorities of the republic was made by the deputies of the French National Assembly. Writes about it Le Figaro.


Paris demands sanctions and suspension of Turkey’s NATO membership


A group of sixty deputies of eight political parties of the French National Assembly demanded that the authorities of the republic and the European Union impose sanctions and consider suspending Turkey’s membership in NATO due to the military operation "Source of Peace" in northern Syria.

We are deeply outraged by the military offensive of Turkey in Syrian Kurdistan, as well as the inaction of Western democracies in the face of this intervention, grossly violating international law and destabilizing the entire region, which had already suffered much before. We urge France and the EU to act immediately and take all appropriate measures.

- says the appeal.

The deputies are demanding the introduction of economic sanctions against Ankara, the same as “introduced against Russia” for invading Ukraine, stop all negotiations on Turkey’s accession to the EU, stop Turkey’s financial assistance and suspend its membership in NATO.

It is necessary to protect our Kurdish allies, who have already paid a high price, fighting together with us. (...) in front of Kurdish fighters, these brave women and men who died in their thousands in order to protect us. And which the Turkish president dares to shamelessly call terrorists, while he himself patronizes all kinds of Islamic groups, as well as Syrian jihadists

- say the deputies.

Recall that on the eve of the US Congress received a bill providing for the imposition of sanctions against Ankara due to military operations in Syria, as well as the expulsion of Turkey from NATO.
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  1. maxim947
    maxim947 19 October 2019 11: 36
    +12
    demand sanctions and suspend Turkey’s membership in NATO

    Thus, pushing Turkey closer to us even more. The partner is of course so-so, but it’s better than being enemies, and we will certainly benefit more from this, but time will always show.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 19 October 2019 11: 38
      +4
      Quote: maxim947
      The partner, of course, is so-so, but it’s better than being enemies, but time will tell as always.

      It's time for Turkey to declare "Brexit" from NATO.
      1. cniza
        cniza 19 October 2019 11: 48
        +1
        Everything goes to this, but they also accelerate.
        1. seti
          seti 19 October 2019 12: 03
          +19
          No one will seriously drive Turkey out of NATO; this should be clear. Since then significant influence on the entire Middle East and the Caucasus will disappear. The impact on the Balkans will be reduced. So it's blah blah blah. Sanctions against Turkey ala Russia? Are you seriously ? Mom, hold me in a chair ..
          Turkey is much more important than Europe and NATO than the latter of Turkey itself.
          1. cniza
            cniza 19 October 2019 12: 04
            0
            I agree, they will not drive, she herself will leave.
            1. seti
              seti 19 October 2019 12: 36
              +3
              Quote: cniza
              I agree, they will not drive, she herself will leave.

              Why would she do that? Until Erdogan in power, Turkey will not move anywhere from NATO. Or your comment for the sake of comment?
              1. Tatyana
                Tatyana 19 October 2019 12: 50
                +5
                On the eve of the US Congress received a bill providing for the imposition of sanctions against Ankara due to hostilities in Syria, as well as the expulsion of Turkey from NATO.

                At first. The fact that France is the lackey of Washington has been known for a long time. It is enough to recall the participation of French ships in the shelling of the SAR aircraft near Damascus by the US Navy!
                Germany then categorically refused to send its naval ships to this American "war" of Trump against the SAR - against official Damascus, and France did.

                Syria's oil is what truly drives the French! Otherwise, they would not have pulled Russia into Ukraine on the issue of Kurds.

                And secondly. France is not just Washington lackey, but she also participates in the sharing of Syrian oil with the help of the same Kurdish Separatists, diluted now with the same former ISIS.
                1. Andrey NM
                  Andrey NM 19 October 2019 19: 01
                  +1
                  We are deeply outraged by the military offensive of Turkey in Syrian Kurdistan, as well as the inaction of Western democracies in the face of this intervention, grossly violating international law and destabilizing the entire region, which had already suffered much before.

                  And what is French special forces doing in Syria? Was their name?
              2. Geo⁣
                Geo⁣ 19 October 2019 18: 12
                +1
                Quote: seti
                Until Erdogan in power, Turkey will not move from NATO anywhere

                And to stop membership purely for the period of a small convention war? So it’s a convenient option for the whole alliance.
            2. mavrus
              mavrus 19 October 2019 13: 09
              +3
              And if in Europe they are seriously talking about sanctions (and not this chatter of deputies), then the Turks will arrange a wave of emigration second (or whatever it is). In general, no one will drive a wave against the Turks, they will threaten with a finger.
              1. seti
                seti 19 October 2019 14: 43
                +3
                Quote: mavrus
                And if in Europe they are seriously talking about sanctions (and not this chatter of deputies), then the Turks will arrange a wave of emigration second (or whatever it is). In general, no one will drive a wave against the Turks, they will threaten with a finger.

                About this and talk. Western Europe and Germany in particular are very vulnerable right now. On the one hand, there are misunderstandings with Trump and his economic blows, on the other hand, Turkey with refugees from the Middle East. Let's not forget for the unresolved problem of Libya. So there will be a lot of howl but judging by nothing.
            3. parusnik
              parusnik 19 October 2019 13: 26
              +3
              she herself will leave.
              .... But where will she go, from a submarine ... Nobody will drive anyone out and nobody will go anywhere ....
          2. qwerty183
            qwerty183 19 October 2019 12: 12
            +3
            And given the military power of Turkey, the second, if memory serves, will not be expelled for sure.
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          3. Lannan Shi
            Lannan Shi 19 October 2019 13: 18
            -5
            Quote: seti
            Turkey is much more important than Europe and NATO than the latter of Turkey itself.

            Turkey's total external debt is 660 yards. Only for refinancing debt is required at 150 yards per year. With a negative trade balance of 70 yards, the Turks themselves can’t even manage in theory. The conflict with mattresses, which caused restrictions on access to their finances, accelerated inflation, which at the beginning of the year they wanted to reduce from 11% to 8-9, and which, in fact, jumped to 25. If the Turks were cut off from Europe as well ....
          4. alexmach
            alexmach 19 October 2019 13: 50
            +1
            No one will seriously drive Turkey out of NATO; this should be clear. Since then significant influence on the entire Middle East and the Caucasus will disappear

            So if they pursue an independent policy, their influence will decrease, or rather, it will be Turkish and not NATO influence ... but yes, I agree, they will hardly take it straight and "chase" it. On the other hand, with the real cancellation of cooperation in the field of refusing to supply the F-35 and everything else, it may de facto become a non-NATO member, despite any official status there.
            1. seti
              seti 19 October 2019 14: 52
              +2
              It may be de facto but you need to remember the long term. For half a century Turkey has been admitted to the European Union and everything is de facto. So they can exclude as many. Here, NATO is more likely to die than Turkey. The EU is well aware that if they continue to drive to the Turks because of some Cypriots or Kurds there, who by and large do not care, then Turkey will seek cooperation on the side. And will find. And this is Russia or China. Not to contact her Svidomo .. So it is quite possible soon we will sell Su-35 to Turkey if the mattresses are not aware of their cant. We also need Turkey because it is strategically located and controls the crossroads by sea and by land. It is important for us that Turkey gets stuck as much as possible in the massacre with the Kurds and weakens economically ... So the Kurds here are clearly superfluous and should be offended only by themselves.
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 19 October 2019 16: 44
                +1
                For half a century Turkey has been admitted to the European Union and everything is de facto

                So this is one of the roots of the contradiction that de facto they do not accept and are not going to. About 10-15 years ago, the Turks realized this, realized it, and began to build their independent neo-Ottoman policies, somewhere from the time Erdogan came to power.
                The EU is well aware that if they continue to drive to the Turks because of some Cypriots or Kurds there, which by and large do not matter

                Do they even have options? It is clear that Turkey will not back down from the current policy, I am generally surprised that they only now decided to occupy part of Syria and not about 5 years ago. What will the Europeans do? Will they die and close their eyes? Or will they continue their sanction bagpipes? Something seems to me that the second is more likely.
            2. user
              user 19 October 2019 16: 50
              +1
              So if they pursue an independent policy influence and so decline


              Are you serious?
              Then look again at the map, and now say - NATO will give Russia Basfor and the Dardanelles. I'm not talking about the Caucasus and the Middle East. The maximum that they will do is try again a coup d'etat or some other similar act similar to this, and even so that behind all this NATO’s ears are not very visible and nothing can be proved.
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 19 October 2019 17: 02
                +1
                [
                NATO will give Russia Basfor and Dardanelles

                It would seem that Russia had nothing to do with it, we seem to be talking about Turkey ..... By the way, the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles and so on. Contradictions in NATO are likely to grow. They would like to not allow it, but it would be necessary to negotiate with Turkey, and Turkey’s appetite will increase, whether, and most importantly, whether the United States wants to make concessions to it at all, I don’t know, but I doubt very much, in my opinion, they’ve been demonstrating recently complete inability to flexible politics.
                1. user
                  user 19 October 2019 19: 53
                  +1
                  It would seem that what does Russia mean, we seem to be talking about Turkey .....


                  Turkey has problems with almost all surrounding countries, so moving away from one will seek another ally
                  By the way, the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles and so on.


                  That is exactly what Turkey, not NATO.
                  1. alexmach
                    alexmach 19 October 2019 20: 04
                    0
                    Turkey has problems with almost all surrounding countries

                    Which is actually logical for a country in a state of "return of its former greatness" through external expansion
    2. Vasyan1971
      Vasyan1971 19 October 2019 11: 45
      +1
      Quote: maxim947
      Thus, pushing Turkey closer to us even more.

      Very similar to an implementation operation. On a large scale. Multi-way.
    3. venik
      venik 19 October 2019 14: 35
      +3
      Quote: maxim947
      Thus, pushing Turkey closer to us even more.

      =========
      I wonder how these "MEPs" will react to the actions of the CAA and the Russian contingent aimed at protecting the "poor Kurds"? what Nezh then new sanctions will be introduced (after the "Yankes" - they seem to have already "lathered"!) ?? am
    4. Barmaleyka
      Barmaleyka 19 October 2019 16: 58
      -1
      Quote: maxim947
      Partner of course so-so

      for the sake of truth, it’s not a partner at all, but at best a fellow traveler, with which you can’t turn your back
  2. FenH
    FenH 19 October 2019 11: 37
    +7
    Looks like the Turks to the French special forces bastard knocked in Syria, It is strange that the custodians do not run into the striped, who simply threw them there
    1. knn54
      knn54 19 October 2019 11: 51
      +3
      And Great Britain recognized the correctness of the Turks.
      Something is wrong in the NATO "kingdom".
    2. Chaldon48
      Chaldon48 19 October 2019 12: 00
      +1
      Tell me why France does not run into the USA, in Great Britain, in such cases they ask: "Can the tail wag the dog?"
      1. FenH
        FenH 19 October 2019 12: 06
        0
        Quote: Chaldon48
        Tell me why France does not run into the USA, in Great Britain, in such cases they ask: "Can the tail wag the dog?"

        When De Gaulle could, France returned to NATO relatively recently. Yes, and Macron already raised a question about the European army. And here is such a wonderful argument in his favor
        1. venik
          venik 19 October 2019 15: 00
          0
          Quote: FenH
          France returned to NATO relatively recently.

          =======
          Sorry! France from NATO never fully did not come out! Under De Gaulle, France withdrew from the MILITARY organization (military and command structures of NATO), when the actual headquarters was moved from Paris to Brussels! But at the same time always staying in the political structure of the bloc. At the same time, the French army was built according to NATO principles, had standard NATO weapons and regularly participated in the exercises and maneuvers of the block! Under President Sarkozy in 2009, they simply brought "de facto" in accordance with "de jure"!
          The question of the "European army" has been discussed for a long time ... That's just: "I want to and pricks and my mother (the Boss) does not order!" .... So one can hardly expect something in the foreseeable future .... Although ! ... All such contradictions are all the same FOR THE BENEFIT (drop by drop and stone wears away!).
    3. Ural-4320
      Ural-4320 19 October 2019 14: 03
      0
      Yeah, the funny thing is: the Kurds are allies, the USA are allies, and the French troops are left alone.
  3. Ham
    Ham 19 October 2019 11: 42
    0
    they are so zealously breaking up NATO, as if Putin was paying them money for it
  4. Vasyan1971
    Vasyan1971 19 October 2019 11: 44
    +1
    The deputies demand to introduce economic sanctions against Ankara, the same as "imposed against Russia" for the invasion of Ukraine

    Maybe first for Cyprus after all?
  5. cniza
    cniza 19 October 2019 11: 47
    +1
    “It is necessary to protect our Kurdish allies, who have already paid a high price, fighting together with us. (...) in front of Kurdish fighters, these brave women and men who died in their thousands in order to protect us. And which the Turkish president dares to shamelessly call terrorists, while he himself patronizes all kinds of Islamic groups, as well as Syrian jihadists


    How far are you from realities, where are your specialists in the Middle East?
  6. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 19 October 2019 11: 52
    +1
    The deputies have such a job - to demand a lot, shaking the air from the rostrum, but not to answer for anything. In this, the deputies of all countries are like twin brothers ..
  7. tlauicol
    tlauicol 19 October 2019 11: 55
    0
    France itself at times could not decide whether it was with Nato or not, and here it arises. Something the European hostel is completely bursting at the seams. And it will show off, the Turks will let them all the refugees, which are filtered
    1. Ross xnumx
      Ross xnumx 19 October 2019 13: 28
      -1
      Quote: Tlauicol
      France itself at times could not decide whether it was with Nato or not, and here it arises.

      But Turkey has made up its mind. She determined her capabilities and threw the European community into a stupor with a statement on admission to the "European body" of 4 million migrants. I even drew the prospect of mediation in promotion. Here is the weak link (France) and crackled. It is already being shaken by internal showdowns, fires, terrorist attacks, and then a clear prospect of blocking access to other people's hydrocarbons has emerged. Inevitably, you will begin to carry all sorts of nonsense.
      Because, as correctly noted above, the issue of Turkey’s withdrawal from NATO should concern NATO, and not Turkey ...
      France has demonstrated that dandruff will be publicly shaken off the jackets of its presidents more than once and they will print the soles of shoes on their trousers.
      Russia in terms of cooperation is closer to France - some kind of "old acquaintance". But in our case, the exhausted horse can be changed, even if temporarily. Only at the same time, one must not forget that one cannot go far in Turkey ...
  8. yuliatreb
    yuliatreb 19 October 2019 12: 01
    0
    Nothing lasts forever, either NATO, Turkey has one of the strongest armies in this bloc, and its withdrawal from the bloc is comparable to the expression as a sickle in one causal place.
  9. Tusv
    Tusv 19 October 2019 12: 02
    -1
    Right and in the CSTO right away
  10. Kerensky
    Kerensky 19 October 2019 12: 06
    0
    consider the question Turkey's suspension of NATO membership

    And so it was possible? Does the procedure exist?
    1. Oquzyurd
      Oquzyurd 19 October 2019 13: 25
      +2
      "Does the procedure exist?" No, it does not exist. The country itself can leave, but there is no way to expel. Parliamentarians, French chatter with a burning place. After all, they drew a map of Syria and Iraq with the British during WWI, taking away from the Ottoman Turks. And now the Ottoman grandchildren gave a kick to the special forces- French women, driving them with a filthy broom from the territory that they once painted. It hurts, so ...
  11. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 19 October 2019 12: 15
    +3
    I read it. What I can say with confidence - the French parliamentarians have perfectly mastered the art of "talking with the tongue" - about "rolling bags" in the sense of thinking with your head - judging by their statements - this is hardly. After all, the old sultan warned - just try to impose sanctions - I will unleash a pack of refugees on you. And these idiots are sanctions, sanctions. This is for you not to be pushed around by patient Russia.
  12. signifera
    signifera 19 October 2019 12: 15
    0
    All right, well done! Must be entered! And enter against yourself, your special forces were doing something there, was he called there? And enter against the United States, they noticeably spoiled the infrastructure, occupied part of the territory, prepare and supply such bandits as Turkey, and no one will ever count how many people were killed and never counted. Or is it an insult that the Turks kicked you out of there)))
  13. IAI-Azerbaijan
    IAI-Azerbaijan 19 October 2019 12: 16
    +5
    STOP NATO membership is something new.)
    France is certainly a strong state, with a sufficiently large weight of its word / deed both on our earth and in space.) BUT!
    But what to do with NATO members is decided only by the White House and US CONGRESS! So, gentlemen of the French, here it’s not your level to indicate .. Because if we talk about Turkey, then, as the saying goes, everyone needs such a cow! Many more will fight for Mighty and Strong Turkey - NATO, CSTO, China, and other strong organizations in the future. With a lamp in your hands, you will still look for such a country in your organization, dear Europeans, and the like .. Ungrateful!)
    1. IAI-Azerbaijan
      IAI-Azerbaijan 19 October 2019 12: 38
      +6
      I’ll also add that Do not forget, the French and Germans, that all your life you have been putting obstacles in Turkey. It was you, shoulder to shoulder with the Kurdish and High lobbies, who blocked the entry of Turkey into the European Union, and put obstacles in all sectors of development, wherever possible! Now is the time for Turkey! I hope France has not forgotten about the terrorist attacks at home. Do not make it all happen on an even larger scale! Do not forget, French women and their fellow tribesmen, that Turkey has a second unofficial army of hundreds of thousands of professionals flying a black flag! The Sultan will open quietly for them the passenger flight to your Europe, and they will wash you there with blood! Do not finish ..
  14. Rostislav
    Rostislav 19 October 2019 12: 21
    +1
    Another grimace of "democracy". How to get into Syria on our own is possible, but here Erdogan thinks something about himself, you know. Stall him! And sanctions!
    Perhaps worries.
  15. bar
    bar 19 October 2019 12: 27
    -2
    And why doesn’t they demand the suspension of the membership of the USA, which left their allies in the bloc — French special forces?
    1. Troll
      Troll 19 October 2019 12: 30
      0
      Thought about it too :)
  16. Troll
    Troll 19 October 2019 12: 27
    0
    >>>> France demands to introduce sanctions and consider suspension of Turkey's NATO membership <<<

    Members of Parliament, this is not France yet. And 60 people out of 925 is also not a lot. Therefore, this can be seen as the beginning of a discussion in the French parliament, but not as "France demands"
  17. truba
    truba 19 October 2019 12: 29
    0
    How fun to live)
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  19. Atlant-1164
    Atlant-1164 19 October 2019 12: 39
    +4
    than only the French are not ready to wave .. the main thing is that nobody would touch their abandoned special forces in northern Syria.)
  20. Sniper
    Sniper 19 October 2019 12: 44
    +4
    I think the French frog overeaten. Who will catch the Turks from NATO? it is the second largest country in NATO. and the second largest army.
  21. Piramidon
    Piramidon 19 October 2019 12: 45
    -1
    The MPs demand to impose economic sanctions against Ankara, the same "as imposed against Russia" for the invasion of Ukraine

    And the svidomye themselves say that Russia is still preparing to invade their "sumeria".

    The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced their readiness to repel the Russian invasion

    https://topwar.ru/163731-v-genshtabe-vsu-soobschili-o-gotovnosti-k-otrazheniju-rossijskogo-vtorzhenija.html
  22. EDWARD
    EDWARD 19 October 2019 12: 47
    +3
    Well, does not give birth to the French land of the second de Gaulle. only macrons. and Hollande.
  23. HAM
    HAM 19 October 2019 12: 48
    0
    All this will remain only words, since the Sultan will intimidate to open the door for "refugees" to Europe, then immediately the guardians will get stuck in their tongues ... if he opens anything, he has nothing to lose in these conditions ...
  24. withoutreverse
    withoutreverse 19 October 2019 13: 06
    +4
    I love France and that's it. Although its politicians sometimes upset me (
  25. Amateur
    Amateur 19 October 2019 13: 11
    -3
    We are deeply outraged by the Turkish military offensive in Syrian Kurdistan

    Probably, the French special forces got a little from the Turks. By the way, what was he doing there? Was he illegally in the Syrian territory for the purpose of teaching "bearded children" mine and explosive technologies?
  26. Agronom
    Agronom 19 October 2019 13: 17
    +3
    France demands sanctions and consider suspending Turkey’s membership in NATO.

    You still answer for Libya the paddles .. Where is your nosed Sarkozy there?
  27. Knizhnik
    Knizhnik 19 October 2019 13: 18
    0
    Amazing cynicism. More recently, they themselves patronized ISIS * until the beast began to bite its lactating hand, and other places. They say for sure that the most drunken sanctuaries are former frostbitten sinners
  28. bratchanin3
    bratchanin3 19 October 2019 14: 41
    0
    I think that the time has come to show Turkey all the advantages of its participation (Turkey) in the collective security system of the CSTO and the SCO.
  29. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 19 October 2019 15: 36
    0
    In connection with the next stage of Turkish "curdling", the Yankees are in a hurry to withdraw the most valuable terrorist personnel from those remaining in Syria. Otherwise they will fall into the hands of the Turks and start talking - who will give Erdogan such a trump card? According to the Americans themselves, "the Kurds are now not up to the protection of ISIS fighters *, they are more occupied with clashes with the Turks."

    Two British fighters from the ISIS hostage-beheading group known as the Beatles have been moved from a detention center in Syria to Iraq, US officials said.



    Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the United States has moved some of the ISIS prisoners amid fears that they might escape trial due to Turkey's invasion of northeastern Syria. "We are moving them to different safe places," Trump told reporters at the White House.
  30. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 19 October 2019 15: 38
    0
    France and the European Union must impose sanctions against Ankara for its military operation in Syria until the suspension of Turkey’s membership in NATO.

    This is what is called "introducing defectiveness into the aggregate system-wide vector of goals" with the expected disintegration of the conglomerate into regions, followed by the absorption of regions with the imposition of alternative control over the full function with the replacement of the environmental factor recognition stereotype.

    Everything is strictly according to the textbook. And where did the professionals of the Euro-American conglomerate get to? laughing laughingOr maybe they send them a textbook DOTA as a gift? wassat
  31. mmk
    mmk 19 October 2019 15: 43
    -1
    Immediately visible are the "levers" of the eeee mongrel of influence on Turkey from the owner.
  32. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 19 October 2019 15: 48
    -2
    Western democracies need to strike at the Turks and drive it out of NATO!
    The French could start.
  33. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 19 October 2019 19: 16
    +1
    Paris demands sanctions and suspension of Turkey’s NATO membership

    On the eve of the US Congress received a bill providing for the imposition of sanctions against Ankara due to hostilities in Syria, as well as the expulsion of Turkey from NATO.


    In an interesting time we live))
    They jump into NATO so that they lose Turkey.
  34. Altai72
    Altai72 21 October 2019 09: 31
    +1
    [/ quote] We are deeply outraged by the Turkish military offensive in Syrian Kurdistan, [quote]

    Is Assad aware of this education?
  35. Altai72
    Altai72 21 October 2019 09: 33
    +1
    The French seem to have forgotten about their tricks in Rwanda and Algeria, where more than 3 million people were exterminated.
  36. Altai72
    Altai72 21 October 2019 09: 42
    +1
    Yes, there were times ...